One of the 5 P’s of Life is “physical health.” Staying healthy is important and impacts all aspects of your life – including your wallet with increased healthcare costs.
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Here are physical health tips we tweeted last month.
Minimize injury by doing 5 to 10 minutes of cardio before stretching.
Another reason to stay active – studies show physical activity (30 to 60 minutes at least 3x weekly) reduces depression which is the leading cause for disability.
Eat more protein to feel full and delay hunger.
If your aging parents have no desire to attend a yoga class or other fitness classes, find other activities to help them be active – it’ll keep them healthy and help fight depression.
Recent study shows eating 70% of your calories by lunch will help you lose weight.
References for our tips are below – click on the title to go to the link.
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